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Supernatural: Sera Gamble Introduces Episode 7.10 - Death's Door; Jensen & Jared Have a Message for Fans Regarding the People's Choice Awards

We should have known that as soon as we ran some stills from "Supernatural" Episode 7.10, "Death's Door" (see those here), The CW would release showrunner Sera Gamble's introduction of the ep. But, even better than that, we also have a peek at a new video featuring stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki asking fans to vote for The People's Choice Awards in their own special way.

Episode 7.10 "Death's Door" (12/2/11 Air Date; 9:00-10:00 Pm):

Bobby Revisits His Past — As Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) race the clock on a high-stakes mission, Bobby (Jim Beaver) seeks the help of an unlikely old friend to solve one of the most personal cases of his life.

Robert Singer directed the episode written by Sera Gamble. Guest stars include Steven Williams as Rufus Turner, Edward Foy as Bobby's Father, Chelah Horsdal as Bobby's Mother, and Collin MacKechnie as Little Bobby.
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Meet Bobby's Family in Several Stills from Supernatural Episode 7.10 - Death's Door

Tonight marks the midseason finale of "Supernatural", and it looks to be a doozy with Bobby traveling back to the past, introducing us to his parents as well as himself as a young boy. Check out these stills from the episode, entitled "Death's Door", for a sneak peek at what's in store for him... and us.

Episode 7.10 "Death's Door" (12/2/11 Air Date; 9:00-10:00 Pm):

Bobby Revisits His Past — As Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) race the clock on a high-stakes mission, Bobby (Jim Beaver) seeks the help of an unlikely old friend to solve one of the most personal cases of his life.

Robert Singer directed the episode written by Sera Gamble. Guest stars include Steven Williams as Rufus Turner, Edward Foy as Bobby's Father, Chelah Horsdal as Bobby's Mother, and Collin MacKechnie as Little Bobby.

For more be sure to visit "Supernatural" on The CW.
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Robotropolis: DVD review

Director: Christopher Hatton. Review: Adam Wing. While a group of reporters are covering the unveiling of a high-tech industrial facility run by robots, one of the machines short circuits and goes haywire. The TV crew are forced to fight for their lives, battling an army of Metal Mickey’s that are threatening to wipe out the whole of mankind. Christopher Hatton takes charge on this one, with Zoe Naylor (The Reef), Graham Sibley (Days Of Our Lives) and Edward Foy (Standard Action) doing their best to keep up with the ropey dialogue, dubious special effects and terrifying screenplay. Stop me if you’ve heard this one. A team of TV news reporters are covering the story of a small town test facility where humans and robots live together in perfect harmony. A world in which man and machine co-exist, working together to build a better future. Whilst reporting on a
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DVD Review: Robotropolis

Robotropolis

Stars: Zoe Naylor, Graham Sibley, Edward Foy, Lani John Tupu, Jourdan Lee | Written and Directed by Christopher Hatton

Aussie actress Zoe Naylor, whom we last saw in creature-feature The Reef, takes the lead in the second full length feature from writer-turned-director Christopher Hatton, and like his previously film Avatar (no, not That one) the film is yet another future tale, this time based on the age old sci-fi cliche of robots – built for servitude – rising up and attacking their human masters.

Robotropolis takes place in a South East Asian community called New Town, a futuristic utopia built buy a global oil conglomerate to home the workers at a large petrochemical platform, where robots carry out the many mudane and often day-to-day tasks, including help run the oil platform, in a complete integration of man and machine. When a Gnn news crew are sent to report on the idyll that
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DVD Giveaway - Robotropolis

The rampaging robot thriller Robotropolis arrives on DVD on September 5th and to celebrate the release, Flickering Myth have three copies of the film to give away to our readers courtesy of the fine folk at Metrodome.

Read on for the synopsis and full details of how to enter...

Designed as slaves and programmed for a life of servitude to humans, the robots have finally turned against their masters and are seeking bloody revenge…

A triumphant day turns into a fight for survival in the corporate-owned ‘New Town’ when a news crew are invited to broadcast the opening of the largest robot-only run facility and the dawning of a production revolution. Outwardly the robots “live” harmoniously with humans, providing service and security, but things take a frightening turn when the robots suddenly revolt.

Without warning, a young correspondent is caught inside a terrifying killing zone and must do the best
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